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practice British & World English

The actual application or use of an idea, belief, or method, as opposed to theories relating to it

practice English Thesaurus

the principles and practice of radiotherapy

practise British & World English

Perform (an activity) or exercise (a skill) repeatedly or regularly in order to acquire, improve or maintain proficiency in it

practice in practise British & World English

Perform (an activity) or exercise (a skill) repeatedly or regularly in order to acquire, improve or maintain proficiency in it

practise New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

regularly perform (an activity) to improve proficiency

in practice British & World English

In reality (used to refer to what actually happens as opposed to what is meant or believed to happen)

best practice British & World English

Commercial or professional procedures that are accepted or prescribed as being correct or most effective

family practice British & World English

The work of a doctor who provides basic health care to members of the local community

group practice British & World English

A medical practice run by several doctors

sharp practice British & World English

Dishonest or barely honest dealings

corrupt practice British & World English

A fraudulent activity, especially an attempt to rig an election

pattern practice British & World English

The intensive repetition of the distinctive constructions and patterns of a foreign language as a means of learning

private practice British & World English

The work of a professional practitioner such as a doctor or lawyer who is self-employed

out of practice British & World English

Not currently proficient in a particular activity or skill through not having exercised or performed it for some time

restrictive practice British & World English

An arrangement by a group of workers to limit output or restrict the entry of new workers in order to protect their own interests

practice makes perfect British & World English

Regular exercise of an activity or skill is the way to become proficient in it

in practice in practice British & World English

In reality (used to refer to what actually happens as opposed to what is meant or believed to happen)

practised British & World English

Expert, typically as the result of much experience

out of practice in practice British & World English

Not currently proficient in a particular activity or skill through not having exercised or performed it for some time

old Spanish custom British & World English

A long-standing practice in a company which is unauthorized or otherwise irregular

Spanish practice in old Spanish custom British & World English

A long-standing practice in a company which is unauthorized or otherwise irregular

play scales in scale3 British & World English

Perform the notes of a scale as an exercise for the fingers or voice

play scales British & World English

Perform the notes of a scale as an exercise for the fingers or voice

practice makes perfect in practice British & World English

Regular exercise of an activity or skill is the way to become proficient in it

in practice in practice English Thesaurus

your proposal is all very well in theory, but in practice it will not work

sharp practice in sharp English Thesaurus

spin has become associated with sharp practice and associated in the public mind with sleaze


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